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This is the 3rd Bowden book I've read and as usual very well written and meticulously researched.
This book gives a great overview of the Iran Hostage Crisis as well as insight into the daily lives and struggles of some of the hostages.
This book is an excellent read and reveals so many things that were kept from the American public (for good, bad, or whatever reasons).
I've always wanted to know the whole truth, and this book covers it all.Published 21 days ago by Carolyn E. Carlson
This is a detailed and fascinating account of the US Embassy takeover of 1979. Even though I know how it ends, it still left me "on the edge of my seat," "with goosebumps". Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jean in Wisconsin
This is a fine book despite some repetition in the description of the various hostages. In particular, it does a good job of salvaging Jimmy Carter's reputation. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terry Weldon
do not be scared by the number of pages. I hesitated because of the length of the book but glad I gave it a try. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SiebyFix
Although many have forgotten about this event, and largely, this takeover of the US embassy in Teheran has passed into the mists, for those that were around during this crisis, the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Narut Ujnat
thought it was well written and very informative. I do remember many of the situations
from when they were taking place.